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I would also just like to remind everyone here...

This is still MAINSTREAM From AMD.

and its beating Intel's best from their HEDT

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After reading the article, I'm pretty confused. Was it a 3950X or a 3850X or what? 3850X was mentioned more often but 3950X was used in the title.
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+1. Now think about how High end X570 is with 3950X on top and use your imagination where new TR is going, Intel got Rap*d, it's will stay like this until they can make 10nm 5Ghz CPU's.
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Quote: Originally Posted by Master Chicken View Post
After reading the article, I'm pretty confused. Was it a 3950X or a 3850X or what? 3850X was mentioned more often but 3950X was used in the title.
the 3850X was rumored but the 3950x was announced, so no 3850X. likley typos.

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Highest R15 scores on LN2 below

1950X @ 5370 MHz = 4514cb
https://hwbot.org/submission/3622692..._1950x_4514_cb

2950X @ 5489 MHz = 4758cb
https://hwbot.org/submission/3921708..._2950x_4758_cb

9960X @ 5928 MHz = 5320cb
https://hwbot.org/submission/4168151..._9960x_5320_cb

Compared to:

3950X @ ~5400 MHz = 5344cb


Slightly higher frequency than Zen1 but over 18% higher performance. Slightly lower frequency than Zen+ but over 12% higher performance. Same performance as Intel Core i9-9960X but at 9% lower frequency.
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IMO it will improve, looks like they just did enough to beat the current WR, lets see Der8auer/Kingpin/BeardedHW resaults.
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So if 16 core is on the X570 platform, does that mean threadripper entry level chips are going to be starting at 18-20 cores?


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So if 16 core is on the X570 platform, does that mean threadripper entry level chips are going to be starting at 18-20 cores?
I think Threadripper will have :
16cores/32Thread at 3.5Ghz, 4.4Turbo, $799 (higher than the 3950X due to extra PCI_E lanes, mem controllers and other threadripper exclusive features.
24cores/48Thread at 3.4Ghz, 4.5Turbo, $1099
32cores/64Thread at 3.2Ghz, 4.6Turbo, $1499
And the flagship:
48cores/96Thread at 3.2Ghz, 4.7Turbo, $1999

They might fit one more SKU in there somewhere. Unless they make the flagship a 64core, 128 thread SKU.

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Can I make bets?
IMO the New TR naming will start at 4000:

Threadripper 4900X =16C 4.8 Ghz Boost
Threadripper 4920X =24C 4.9 Ghz Boost
Threadripper 4950X =32C 5.0 Ghz Boost
Threadripper 4970WX = 48C 4.7 Ghz Boost
Threadripper 4990WX = 64C 4.8 Ghz Boost
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